According to relevant statistics, 52% of children\’s accidental injuries occur at home, 19% occur on the street, and 12% occur at school. Among them, accidental injuries to preschool children mostly occur at home. The safest but also the most dangerous! More than half of accidental injuries occur at home. \”My child is too naughty. He runs wild and plays around when he goes out, and falls all over his body with bruises. It\’s better to worry less at home. You don\’t have to watch, and it\’s okay to let him play…\” If this is really the case… There is no need to be nervous. You can search for news about accidental injuries to children. It is not difficult to find that accidents that happen to children at home are common: >>>November 8, Changsha • Died after falling from a height! A 7-year-old boy fell to his death from the 10th floor of the Manhattan Building near Furong Plaza in Changsha. Neighboring residents said that their mother left the child with her best friend to take care of her. Unfortunately, her best friend was not with the child when the incident occurred. >>>October 15th, Xuzhou • Burned by hot porridge! A mother put the freshly cooked porridge in a bowl and put it on the table to wait for it to cool down before feeding her child. However, without paying attention, her 10-month-old daughter put her right hand into the porridge and cried out in pain. >>>September, Chongqing • Drowning at home! Ms. Feng put her 1-year-old son Tongtong and her 2-year-old daughter on the bed to play. When she came out of the bathroom, she found that her daughter was the only one on the bed and her son Tongtong was missing! When Tongtong was found, he was pale and barely breathing in a bucket of water in the bedroom to increase indoor humidity. The child is still unconscious in the intensive care unit. Doctors say he may not be able to wake up because his kidneys and brain are severely damaged, and even if he wakes up, he is likely to have sequelae. Why does “home” hurt people? Parents’ hearts are tightened! Why does the home become the \”hardest hit area\” for children\’s accidents? There are two main reasons for this phenomenon: It is related to the age and development of children. Data shows that the period of high incidence of accidental injuries among children is from 1 to 12 years old. The number of injuries to children aged 0 to 3 years increases with age. It reaches the highest point at the age of 3 years and then gradually decreases. Children\’s growth rate is so fast that parents are surprised. They can\’t even raise their heads and turn over when they are born, but they can crawl and walk in a blink of an eye. However, children are naturally active and curious, lack the foresight and protection against dangers, and lack the knowledge and ability to avoid dangers and escape. If they are not careful, they may encounter accidental injuries: \”TIPS The most common accidents for children of all ages Injuries for 0 to 1 year olds: mainly accidental suffocation; 0 to 4 years old: mainly poisoning by accidental ingestion of drugs; 1 to 3 years old: high incidence of burns and scalds; 1 to 4 years old: drowning accidents often occur; under 5 years old: People with a high risk of inhaling foreign bodies; under 10 years old: fall injuries are common; 2 to 7 years old: the peak period for fall injuries and death. Children grow up at a speed that parents have no time to think about. During the growth process, parents did not expect their children They will do things like this: when a 1-year-old child is placed on the bed, the mother does not expect that he will crawl under the bed and fall into the bucket; when a bowl of porridge is placed on the table, the mother does not expect that the child will put his hand into the porridge bowl; when a 7-year-old child is handed over to His best friend was watching over him, and his parents never imagined that he would fall from the window… All of this is related toA child\’s age, development and curiosity are related. \”Person-to-person\” doesn\’t work. Our starting point for raising children is to keep an eye on the child, which means that the child needs to be watched by one person. But in fact, the person raising the child cannot keep an eye on the child. There will always be time for you to keep an eye on the child. Go away: When a mother puts a bowl of porridge on the table, she has to go away. When a mother puts her child on the bed, she has to go away… Therefore, the biggest flaw in the problem of person-to-person marking is: when a parent wants to go away As soon as the baby is born, the child may have big problems. So, what should we rely on if it is not man-to-man marking? ①To be safe in the environment, parents should promptly check and eliminate potential environmental risk factors in the home, such as medicines placed randomly on the table, furniture coffee tables without anti-collision strips, etc. ② Give children safety awareness from an early age. This safety awareness means that in daily life, for example, parents can let their children take a small fall from a low place to let them know that people cannot fall from high places or fall from above. For example, if you ask your child to throw an old toy that is about to be thrown away from the balcony, the child will understand this when he sees that the toy is broken. ③ Master the knowledge of accidental injuries and educate parents. They should master the first aid knowledge of common childhood accidental injuries such as food poisoning, burns, and drowning, as well as the awareness of accidental injury prevention and intervention. It is the responsibility and obligation of parents to give real love and care to their children. Children are too curious and want to touch and taste everything they see. Ordinary things may have hidden risks for them. Therefore, parents should always be vigilant outside the home, and they should also be careful at home: 1: Household appliances ★ Floor-mounted appliances and appliances placed at high places should have a stable chassis to prevent children from pulling on them. Keep the power cord away when not in use. ★Wall-mounted electrical appliances should be installed securely to prevent them from falling. ★The sockets at home should be safety sockets with safety shields to prevent children from touching them with their fingers or poking the holes of the sockets with metal objects. You can also choose a socket equipped with a splash-proof box or a plastic baffle, which can effectively prevent short circuits caused by oil stains and water vapor intrusion and provide double protection. 2: Bathtub, washing machine, toilet ★When using a bathtub to take a bath, you should first inject cold water and then add hot water; do not leave the baby alone in the bathtub or tub, drain the water promptly after use; when not taking a bath, be sure to There is no water in the bathtub, so it is best to close the bathroom door. ★When the washing machine is not in use, be sure to unplug the power and close the lid. If there is a child safety lock on the washing machine, be sure to lock it. ★The same goes for the toilet seat, which prevents children from sticking their heads into the toilet. 3: Bed★ Children\’s beds should be against the wall and have guardrails. ★It is best to place soft protective materials on the floor around the bed, such as puzzle-type floor mats. ★Use impact-resistant sponge to wrap the four sharp corners of the bed to prevent damage. 4: Kitchen★ Kitchen knives, fruit knives, paring knives, scissors and other sharp instruments must be placed out of the baby\’s reach after use, including hot water bottles, kettles and other items. ★Remember to keep the handles of pot handles on the stove facing inwards. ★Anti-slip mats should be laid on the floor. 5: Balconies and windows★ If there are children at home, windows, balconies, etc. should be equipped with strong guardrails no matter which floor they live on. Guardrails should be arranged vertically, railings with spacing less than 10 cm wide. If the balcony is relatively large, you can install an invisible protective net. ★If you have a home with bay windows or floor-to-ceiling windows, you can install protective bars on the inside of the windows. ★Do not place stools, beds or other objects that can climb up near the window. 6: Stairs★ It is best to install safety railings on the stairs to prevent babies from climbing. Children should be supervised when going up and down stairs. 7: Toys The following dangerous toys are recommended to be played away from children or under the supervision of parents: ★ Projectile toys: toy pistols, slingshots, dart toys, etc. ★ Balloon toys: hydrogen balloons, ordinary balloons, etc. ★ Toys with ropes: yo-yos, etc. ★Small toys: including small building blocks and toy parts, clothes buttons, coins, button batteries, hairpins, etc. 8: Medicines and odds and ends ★Medicines and odds and ends should be placed in the medicine box by category and locked, and must be placed in the medicine box Keep it out of sight and reach to prevent children from opening it and accidentally eating it, causing harm. 9: Door★ Parents must first confirm the child\’s position when opening and closing the door, and open and close lightly. ★Prepare a safety door stopper or a key to ensure that even if the door is closed, it can still be opened from the outside to prevent children from being locked. 10: Protective facilities should be installed on the edges and sharp corners of table corners and coffee tables. For example, wrap the four corners with soft cloth, or use protective covers with arc corners. If possible, you can choose furniture with rounded corners when decorating. ★For families with children, it is best not to use tablecloths on tables and coffee tables to prevent children from pulling on the corners of the tablecloth and bringing items down, causing danger. Parents should also do this to prevent accidental injuries! ①Teach children how to protect themselves as early as possible. Accidental injuries occur suddenly in children\’s lives. Parents can let their children understand the possible consequences of some dangerous behaviors through storytelling, role-playing, etc., teach children a good sense of protection early on, and teach them how to prevent accidents. Damage skills. For example, let children know that jumping on sofas, beds, and stairs may cause falls, especially if they hit sharp objects when falling, the consequences will be more serious. ② Master some common first aid knowledge. Parents should learn first aid knowledge for burns, scalding, choking, electric shock, strains or sprains, etc., so as to be prepared in advance.